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Rynel, Inc. has developed a molding process that allows its bio-compatible foam to be formed into small, highly-detailed, three-dimensional components. This capability has numerous implications for medical instruments and personal care devices, because the hydrophilic foam can be customized to either absorb or treat fluid with active agents impregnated within the foam structure. The new process offers a higher degree of precision than die cut and heat bonded methods and uses hydrophilic polyurethane foams, which have been formulated, tested, and marketed for medical applications.
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